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meaning. but it is a clear anastazi shape. it is a clear shape from the colorado plateau. we do see it in calinke, you see it in certain incan sites in south america. so it might be a pan american feature. i'm not sure what it is. some hopi people have told me that the t, the bottom of the t, goes down into a mythical underground lake so this is an upside down mountain that leads down into a place called the house of rain. that is where twyla, probably oldest american deity, the rain deity, lives down in the house of rain and this is a t shape from up on the colorado plateau and that is the last picture on these slides, so -- the t shape, the pottery, i followed genetic information that you find in bones and teeth. i followed as many different pieces of information as i could and they sent me walking. i started in chaco canyon and walked north up to mesa verde, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewh
that the anastazi made, especially the painted black and white, i see that landscape. i see the colorado plateau. this bowl is from american museum of natural history and that's where it is now. that's the storage place. where it was from before is pueblo bonito in chaco canyon where there were rooms filled to the ceiling with bowls stacked within each other, bowls like this. all their designs, you can kind of get a glimpse around this. they have this flawless symmetry blending all the way around. it looks like that place. it looks like that landscape. i look into this and i see the sharp edges of the land. i see the way the earth is shaped out there. i see the routes in their vessels. i mean, to understand these, this one came out of a 13th century site in southwest colorado and i would sit with these bowls for hours and hours, drawing them into my sketch book because that was the only way i could really understand the complexity of how they got their symmetries to match up because i could never get them to match up in my drawings. i could never do a 100 percent accurate rendition of these beca
and bonds have plateaued. >> let's get his view. bill gross is joining us now. thanks so much for joining us. stocks haven't plateaued just yet with this 110-point rally here. what are you seeing, bill? why do you think they've plateaued? >> well, let's look at it this way from a common sense standpoint. you have to realize returns over the past 30 years have been significantly influenced by lowers yields. the lower the yield, the higher the price. it sort of works like a totter up and down. for bonds, that means 3 to 4% over a long period of time. for stock, 5 to 6%. when you floor interest rates, you cap asset prices at a certain premium. >> and how much of the qe, the quantitative easing, the liquidity the markets have absorbed by the fed is in that? what would the returns be like if the fed wasn't in the mar markets? >> they wouldn't be as high, both in the bond market and stock market. bonds are up 5 to 6% this year. total return for pimco is up close to ten. absent the fed buying the long-term treasury and the five-year treasury and holding fed funds basically at 25 basis points, then
'd like to read to you. it was a site, an archeological site on the colorado plateau, that i ran into a number of years ago. and i've gone down to it a couple of times now. when i first found it, i had been on the river for 7 days in a canoe. and i tied off and broke through the tamarisk which if you've ever been down on those desert rivers, the tamarisk, the invasive species of plant that runs along the shore line, it makes this jungle, this dry, hard jungle that you just work your way through until you have sticks stabbed into your ears and hair and tamis buds is what they call it, it's the stuff that rains down off these trees and it fills up the back of your shirt. i came up to this flat area and this cliff was there and i saw a piece of pottery on the ground, a broken piece of pottery. if you start looking around, you see broken pieces of pottery that date back 800 years, 900, 1200 years, and i dropped down on my hands and knees when i saw that one and i started brushing away sand until i could see others and i blew the sand away and i could see the rim of a broken pot. once
. by december i had lost 83 pounds but i hit a plateau. that's when my husband decided to join me on my joshy. together, we signed up at our local gym. we were taught if we eat junk food, we feel like junk. the last time i visited the "today" show was in 2006. i weighed over 250 pounds. i can't wait to come back and show kathie lee and hoda the new me. >> and you all know our wonderful joy baaer. what a great storey. >> so you encouraged her thursday to help her get over that plateau. >> earlier this morning, i spoke about how the easiest thing that you can do to increase the volume and drive down the calories of a meal is to add freges. either a fruit or vegetable. that's what she did. so i want to show you her before and after. this is a before breakfast, 600 calories. huge bowl of captain crunch with milk. now she adds a produce item. she takes some oatmeal, adds pumpkin puree and nonfat yogurt. 210 calories. now she sakes soy milk, frozen berries, greek yogurt, and i think this is only 120 calories. >> they satisfy the same urge. >> there's no deprivation here. >> let's look at her before
by the conflict between the invaders coming from central europe and those coming from the plateau which fostered a suspicious character you can see into the politics in this day and i can go through every country where many countries and talk about that. >> talk a moment about germany, one of the arresting images in the book is your description were quoting the german historian who call the germany a big prison meaning was caught between the north sea's and if it wanted to expand it could move east or west. that sounds like the kind of analysis the was popular a century ago but has gone out of fashion and explain to us when we think of a germany today what your analysis will tell. it's been a key was the son of the great novelist and he wrote a great history of germany, and his point was germany has natural boundaries to the north sea is to the self and further that in the east and the west germany had a war over the century with france or that area or with poland and because germany was a continental power, it's sandwiched between maritime europe on the one hand and the heartland of europe towa
. >> this particular locality is in a high elevation of a plateau, one of the last wild places in utah. it is a huge refuge for elk and deer, and a bit of a watershed. it would also affect the white river and green river. this is an inappropriate activity. people are not aware that utah has a lot of tar sands exposed at the surface, easy to get to. this would be a strip mining project. it would completely due forced this plateau, annihilate the vegetation for these animals. once they're done, there would never have any beneficial use whatsoever besides destroy in the watershed. >> where do these tar sands come from? >> the colorado river was a system that did not make to the ocean and used to be a lake. it drained internally. algae and organic materials provided hydrocarbons. >> i want to turn to a clip from a cbs report on the tartheh tar sands project. according to earth energy resources, there's now revolutionary clean technology involving, of all things, oranges. >> if you get all of this out of the ground, separate the oil from the sand, and put all the land back where it came from cleanly, tha
's in the upland plateau regions ringing china. therefore, if you're a chinese leader and a westerner lectures you about opening up and liberalizing your society you get nervous. because you think if i do that there's going to be sustained systemic ethnic unrest in all of the peripherys of my country. >> rose: take germany. look at the history of germany and its future. >> germany has a natural boarder in the north with the baltic sea natural boarder in the south with the alps and further afield the carpathians a little bit. east and west plains, no natural border with france, none with poland. so germany has been different configurations on the map since charlemagne's empire at the beginning of the 9th century. it's expanded; it's contracted. it's very unstable on the map because it has no natural borders to the east and west. germany is also torn. the western part of germany was also part of maritime atlantacist europe, catlic rhinelanders. the other half was tied to central eastern europe so germany's political direction has often oscillated between east and west even as germany has been very a
the signal went out so everybody across the colorado plateau would know the needle has been threaded. and i imagine that day people in chaco canyon all standing there, facing north, looking at a fire tower that would have delivered a message down into the canyon. i imagined people all over the four corners all facing the same direction at the same moment, maybe this didn't happen. everything is conjecture out there, but you know something was going on. how much do you want to know? when i saw that granary up in the cliff, i wanted to know what was inside of it. i thought i could easily break the seal around this stone. i had a good knife with me. it would be very easy to cut a square around it and just pop that stone out and i would see what's inside of a granary, what these people left behind. it was something for their survival, something that they could return to, something very important. i spent years going through museum collections and opening up drawers in the basement of the peabody and the american museum of natural history where you are going through masses of artifacts, the stri
frontier provinces. vast areas of deserts, high plateaus and mountains block many routes to the west. rivers like the huang he were one means of transport, but they were not navigable in many places. they were also not easily crossed. ( speaking japanese ) translator: this is the huang he. lanzhou was built on this site because of its geographical features. the river above lanzhou is swift as it cascades down from the mountains. when it reaches the lanzhou basin, it spreads out and sandbars like these form in the middle. you have to ford the huang he to get to western china, so people have been fording the river here for centuries. that's why lanzhou was built here and has prospered. the famous silk road passed through here on its way through northwest china. narrator: it was the silk road that led the way for modern planners looking to link the east and the west. so now the major roads and railroads all pass near lanzhou. add the principal western oil fields, and you can see why pipelines, too, were laid through this strategic location. professor dru gladney. china is trying to deve
jump-start me. i was at a plat o', -- plateau, i wasn't losing, only maintaining and once i started taking the supplement that's when it took off. >> dr. chen, what do we look for on the bottle? >> it's really important to look for the words garcinia cambogia or g.c.e., which is garcinia cambogia extract. you are looking for a percentage of the hca of at least 50% and because it actually is absorbed better with mineral salts like potassium or calcium, you want to make sure that's included. >> k or potassium. how much should folks nake >> some studies went up to 5,000 or 6,000 but i would probably say if you're going to use higher dosages than 3,000, make sure you clear that with your physicianless >> what time of day should folks take it? >> on an empty stomach. that's extremely important. 30 to 60 minutes before the meal because there's a lot of food products in -- products in the foods themselves that bind to it. the highest effects the studies saw were two hours after you eat it. 30 to 60 minutes allows you to have the highest dosage while you are processing the food. >> i've war
it settle out and plateau and then i would like to buy it and buy more shares if. liz: waiting -- winning for losing. managing to make some great calls even though he, like many of you guys off -- and that is why we brought him on -- were very bearish on stocks. we will see what you do in the next sample of months. closing bell ringing in 17 minutes. he's calling for a market pullback, but he is not betting against everything. coming back after the break giving you $6 billion worth of investing advice with the top three funds he is betting on now that he truly believes will make you money. ♪ follow the wings. liz: doug jones industrials is on track to finish the week lower even though, you know what, when nearly fumbled of the games we just had, but there have been some pretty big movement. let's go to robert gray in the newsroom. what you picking of year. >> reporter: were taking a look at one of the winners. the big slide here. a pretty decent week. as of 3% on the week, up 1% and change in today's session. not a lot of news flow on intel, but certainly seeing the insiders, the ceo an
're conducting that things will get better from here, or are we plateauing at a low level? >> from an interest income and interest rate standpoint, i think at best we're looking at a plateau. that explains why banks are looking for everywhere else to find income. so what we call noninterest income, things like -- >> fees. >> exactly, fees. you got it. >> it's that four-letter word that's only three letters. >> the "f" word? >> the other "f" word. >> my mom's going to be mad at me for that one. >> with refi rates so low, you would think money would be flooding into cash registers at home improvement stores, right? our housing money would be flow cash registers at home improvement stores. >>> someone thought it would be okay to travel with all of this in his luggage on his way to boston. we're going to tell you what happened next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you so
octane qe, asset prices seem to have plateaued. find safe carry and be content. so, he's looking at a plateauing in terms of equities right here, jim key. you're on the other side of that trade? >> i am long term anything 6 to 12 months or beyond. near term, two to three months. i think we could see a narrow trading range. i do like the companies domestically oriented for this earning season. the ones tied more to the global economy i think are going to be disappoint. >> because they're impacted by china? >> yes. slowing emerging markets in general. that's still where the growth is but a much slower pace than what we've seen in the recent one to two years. >> bill, does the election matter for this market? does who wins the white house dictate where this market goes after november 6th? >> i think that is the ball game short term big time over the next three, four, six, eight weeks. what will happen is that fiscal cliff will be knocked to shreds as people say no more of this. we can't balance our budgets. if we have a compelling large win in the house for the house and the senate,
delivered just another like bang-up speech. >> belva: has the latino vote risen to a new plateau in terms of importance? >> absolutely, when you're talking about four million potential voters in california that the democrats are looking at the biggest state. we have the biggest group of latino voters. these are voters that are going to make a difference in every one of these congressional races. and of course we know, it looks like obama is going to win comfortably here in california, but it has changed the landscape of the western united states, particularly in the swing states, nevada and colorado, that are must-win states. so absolutely. >> belva: we're going to move to some of our propositions and i might mention right away that we'll be talking about proposition 30 and 38. that's the education proposition on next week when our entire program will be devoted to education. but scott shafer, you're going to take on the prison stuff tonight. that is the death penalty. >> criminal justice, yes. we've got two ballot measures. prop 34, which would abolish the death penalty in california, re
. but there are 10 or 12 days left and the momentum could continue or widen or reverse and plateau and then reverse and continue again. nothing goes straight in one direction for 12 days at the end of a race. very strong last few weeks for mitt romney. no question about it. >> bret: juan? >> i think romney has the momentum. momentum extended past the second debate in most polls. it has stopped now. has obama stopped it with the performance in third debate but is he starting to reverse the gains? what we are seeing is romney maintained the advantage he gained out of the first debat debate. we have seen independents shift to romney. most of the swing states it's not different than what it was in days after the first debate where we saw romney pick up in states like florida, north carolina, i don't think is particularly in play anymore. but in states like ohio, the big one, the obama advantage is still exists. >> bret: charles? >> i think that is true. a fall back for romney, he could make it for colorado. the republicans surprised everybody and won repeatedly. that could be the big surprise. if romne
is plateauing and i think in china we are really seeing the shift, towards the u.s. liz: coming up, tom is going to tell you what he is doing without forecast. he has changed it could wait until you hear what his forecast is for the s&p. they change the way you are investing between now and december 31. can you guess what stock we have as today's power mover? the answer after the break. that is a chart. looking pretty good. gasoline prices. you just heard us talking about them. the prices in california keep hitting record highs. the team breakdown where energy prices are headed and what it means for your money. ♪ ♪ liz: have you been one of those people who are hanging onto netflix stock? it is up about 11% right now. it is our power mover. shares surging. netflix pick after morgan stanley upgraded the stock from overweight to equal weight. this was one of seven dollars stock just back in may. it has just not had a great move until today. if we show you the three your picture, then you get really depressed. that is what netflix used to look like. let's look at the fox 50 right now. weimar re
. 15 minutes left. we seemed to find a plateau, mar marie ya w the dow up. the nasdaq is led lower by apple today. >>> next up, sheryl sandberg speaking to cnbc's julia boorstin for the first time since the company's ipo mess. >> we said it a bunch of times. as mark said, we're disappointed in the stock price but we have to focus on moving forward of how we build a business. >> is she helping to win over skeptical investors? we'll check it out. >>> also speaking of facebook, is mark zuckerberg as we've never seen him before, in a suit? what is the world coming to? what was the occasion? we'll find out, coming up. he didn't even wear a suit for his wedding. smart comes with 8 airbags, a crash management system and the world's only tridion safety cell which can withstand over three and a half tons. small in size. big on safety. which can withstand over three and a half tons. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in t
, thank you very much. heading toward the close. the market really has plateaued here. we had a good gain of about 98 points early on. it's been going sideways since then. up about 88 right now. >> facebook reaching 1 billion users, debuting the first commercial ever. >> chairs are for people. that is why chairs are like facebook. >> really? chairs? we'll show you more of that commercial coming up. >> i have a flashback to a philosophy professor who did an entire lecture on what is a chair back in college. so i'll be interested to see what they have in mind there. >>> plus, target is following walmart's lead now. they're going to end monthly sales reports, but are you better off shopping for shares of target or walmart? we have that trade coming up next. stay tuned. [ male announcer ] the 2013 smart comes with 8 airbags, a crash management system and the world's only tridion safety cell which can withstand over three and a half tons. small in size. big on safety. monarch of marketing analysis. with the ability to improve roi through seo all by cob. and you...rent from national. because on
bonds and stocks, have plateaued. find satisfy carry and be conte content. >> bill gross was early on, as soon as quantitative easing was announced, he was saying get into basic material assets. he thought it was inflationary and gold took off. gold has been coming back to earth here lately. rick santelli, what are traders talking about in that regard right now? >> traders on the floor are pretty much meat and potatoes. they look at june, looking for s&p 500 earnings to be positive for the quarter to the tune of, what, 2.7, 2.8%. now they've flipped negative. they think it could be the first quarter of negative earnings in almost three years. they're going to pay particularly close attention to the interest rate to maybe divine any changes. even with the fed managing interest rate and equities to some extent, we've hunkered down, we've been in a narrow range for treasuries. once you see closer to 2%, i think they'll operate on the notion that stocks are paying a whole lot more attention to the future reflation. >> i think earnings quality is so important here. when you look at bank ea
a little bit, they plateau and then you grow, but you keep generating that cash, which allows you to give investors a return through dividends and/or eps growth. >> we're investing in america, which means we're investing in american people who have jobs. $8 million in capital expe expenditur expenditures. what does that mean in terms of putting people to work? >> well, the good thing is throughout the entire recession we never laid off a single person. look at things like new york city project. 15 miles of pipe. about 4,000 jobs. unionized, non-unionized jobs. we're looking at building an $8 billion pipeline in western canada. that will be another 4,000 or 5,000 jobs. so it means a lot. the average pipeline worker in america makes about $65,000 a year. average worker makes 44 thousands a year. when these jobs are here, they don't go overseas. you can't run a pipeline from overseas. >> i don't need a graduate degree to work, right? >> no. in fact, we want welders. pipe fiters, steam-fitters. all those types of things are important in our business. nothing, you don't need to be an mba. all
, their level of optimism is about this idea that they felt that romney plateaued too low. and that they're still competitive in so many of the battleground states, either ahead or tied that there's just not enough room for romney to come back. as you well know, both sides are arguing their case for why they have certain advantages going into election day. what we know is how close it is. and so there's much that we can't know or really say at this point. >> and there's word even from some democrats in michigan that i know the obama campaign says michigan is not in play but some democrats on the ground in michigan telling us, telling me, that it is closep. a lot closer than their xlfrts zo comfort zone and pennsylvania is not perhaps in play but closer than they expected to be. the senate candidate not doing as well as expected given his registration advantage. really risks for the casey campaign with -- up against ap candidate who is from the west which is normally a casey stronghold. so there are a number of places that are a lot closer than the comfort zone for the obama team, despite
they reached a plateau? a lot of uncertainty surrounding apple but a lot of high hopes for the holiday season. we are seeing it below 600. the all-time high was 700 and change. let's look at various sign. third quarter profit rose 32%. they had a more narrow revenue outlook. they are waiting on government contracts and that -- it may be delayed, dot.com and the a c dot net delay the business and that is a big deal. dennis: an analyst says the company has itself to blame. cheryl: up-to-the-minute coverage of the approaching superstorm targeting the east coast. that is sandy. dennis: let's look at how the world currencies are faring today. [ female announcer want to spend less and retire with more? then don't get nickle and dimed by high cost investments and annoying account fees. at e-trade, our free easy-to-use online tools and experienced retirement specialists can help you build a personalized plan. and wh our no annual fee iras and a wide range of low cost investments, you can execute the plan you want at a low cost. so meet with us, or go to etrade.com for a great retirement plan with low
peculiar about artists... they have ups and downs. you climb, climb, climb, you're on a plateau, and for a while, whatever you do is just wonderful, or you think it is, and then you slide down it. if you're a good artist, you're going to go down. and it's up to you. and pulling yourself up again is the most importanpart of your life. it's getting out of the bottom that you put everything into yourself. that's when you change yourself to be the goddes that you'll be. you always carry the memory of the bottom and fear of the bottom. and when you start going to the bottom, it's panic. there are people who can't stand the panic. what happens then is that they begin to develop some kind of technique to keep out of that hole. once they do that, it's finished. they never go any further. they're done. what i want to do is get rid of this oil. and i'm ready to paint, but i'm not going to because i don't have the faintest idea what to do now. it's not in my head to do anything. i can't just go and move a brush around. i have to have a beginning. i don't want to just use models, figures. i
a plateau. my husband decided to join me on the journey, we signed up at the local jim. the last time i visited the "today" show was in 2006. i weighed over 250 pounds. i can't wait to come back and show kathie lee and hoda the new me. >> so you encouraged her thursday to help her get over that plateau. >> the best thing you can do to increase the volume and drive down the calories is add freges. this is a before breakfast, 600 calories. now she adds a produce item. she takes some oatmeal, adds pumpkin puree and milk. now she takes so i milk, frozen berries, greek yogurt, and i will tweet out her recipes. >> there's no derivation. let's look at her before picture, and now let's have nell come out. >> oh my goodness, are you kidding me? wow, you look great. you started off cutting the food and exercising ten minutes a day, how much do you exercise now? >> i go to the gym about six days a week now? >> from 30 minutes to an hour. >> whatever you can fit it. >> i'm down 92 pounds. >> and her husband is in the house too, and he lost a lot of weight too. >> he'll be out here with us next time
can't allow him to do it. >> john: mitt romney has to be better than last time. if he plateaus, it is not a win for him. >> eliot: everybody looks at him and expects a super human performance. whether he can match that, who knows. town hall performance that makes it harder. you have to interact with the question of real people. that dynamic has to be navigated. let's join candy crowley cnn's own moderator. >> good evening from hofstra university in hempstead new york. i'm candy crowley from cnn state of the union. we're here for the second presidential debate, a town hall sponsored by the commission on presidential debate. the gallup organization chose 82 uncommitted voters from the new york area. their questions will drive the night. my goal is to give the conversation direction and to ensure questions get answered. the questions are known to me and my team only. neither the commission nor the candidates have seen them. i hope to get to as many questions as possible and because i am the optimistic sort,
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